After graduating summa cum laude from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, with a Bachelor of Sciences in Psychobiology with a minor in Biochemistry, Dr. Lauzé attended Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston and received his M.D. degree in 1990.  He completed his Psychiatry Residency training at Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and remained on staff there as Assistant Medical Director of the HIV Psychiatry Service from 1994 to 1997, receiving an award for outstanding medical student education.  In 1997 he became the Medical Director of Mental Health Services at the Sidney Borum Junior Health Center (JRI), an inner-city clinic devoted to advocacy and treatment for GLBTQ youth, HIV-positive and at-risk youth, those in the sex-industry and gay men with HIV/AIDS.  Throughout this time Dr. Lauzé also had a private practice in the South End of Boston.  In 2007 Dr. Lauzé opened his private practice in the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco at Diamondwood Medical Arts.  He continues to teach at clinics and service agencies such as New Leaf Services and works closely with therapists in the community and primary care providers in the CPMC and UCSF system.  Dr. Lauzé was Board Certified in Psychiatry in 1995 and again in 2007.

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